The art and artivism of El Paso artist José Montoya.
“My main focus is to make sure you do not get shot unarmed, criminal or not,” says Travis Washington, the man behind the Hands Up Act.
Remember the Verizon ads? “Can you hear me now … Good!” The man in the ads was Paul Marcarelli. If he were on the Verizon network in El Paso County, […]
The IBCW has almost tons of dirt for the asking. Don’t let this opportunity pass you by if you need dirt for any of your projects!
The President of the United States has been impeached. In this piece submitted by Ryan Montes we learn his take on what happened and what will happen next.
The Geminid Meteor Shower is coming. Our very own Ryan Montes gives us all the information we need to catch this amazing event!
Chuck wasn’t lucky. The first time coming back into the United States from Tijuana he was caught with enough marijuana to be sentenced to four years in federal prison. A lifetime later, he died on the streets, alone. This is his story.
This afternoon, Camila Contreras of San Elizario High School signed her national letter of intent with Virginia Commonwealth University, a Division I school, and emotions ran high. There were tears of joy and happiness for success and a bright future mixed with a sadness steaming from the realization that one chapter is closing as another is opening.
The City of San Elizario has a solution to the encroaching concrete and the ideas we have about not being able to create any new green spaces, or even grow food. I met with Maya Sanchez, City Administrator for San Elizario and Octavio Hernandez, who works with the City of San Elizario and the University of Auburn in Alabama.
Perhaps this is the answer to fixing the flaws of the human condition: to be intolerant of intolerance.
Jimmy Chagra was a drug kingpin. He was one of the first to bring large amounts of marijuana into El Paso. This is just part of his story.